You will be capable of installing your artificial grass lawn once you have completed the preparation step, which involves measuring how much fake grass you need, providing proper drainage (if necessary), and removing the natural grass layer. This article describes the procedures you should take to complete the work correctly, from building the foundation to connecting joints and avoiding weed growth.
Use prepared timber posts to create the frame of the area if necessary. For example, we propose 4 X 2 inches of tanalised treated lumber and 2 X 2 inches of tanalised timber for well-draining areas for heavy clay soil regions and poorly draining places. Screw these woods to the pole, leaving the sticks inside the perimeter.
If the Artificial Grass comes into contact with a solid path, decking, or wall, position the wood burn with the surface height and pack the wood close to the wall with a 10mm temporary fillet, leaving enough space to tuck the Artificial Grass between the wood and the connecting material later.
Place the sticks against the perimeter inside the logs edging and push them into the ground, making sure that the stakes are slightly lower than the timber edging. Screw the wood stake to the wood edging next.
Scatter a layer of sand to put over the soil for optimum drainage. The earth is then compacted through a moving plate, which may be rented from a tool rental provider. Finally, make sure that the perimeter is compressed and level with the logs end. More attention at this phase will result in a better-looking Artificial Grass Lawn.
Apply the geotextile weed control membrane and trim as needed. Attach the timber edging with tiny 1 inch galvanised clout nails. This weed control geo mesh membrane keeps weeds from growing through the fake grass drainage pores.
Working on the carpet rather than the levelled base put the Artificial Grass in the required direction. Ensure the carpet is placed to cover the logs edging by at least 4 inches, minimising cuts, joints, and waste. Provided the fake grass comes into contact with an edge or path, and if the timber edging is accurately installed, as described previously, the artificial grass can be used.
When connecting, please make sure that the pile on each piece of artificial grass runs in the same direction. Rather than dragging the carpet across the foundation material, place it on the sand. Allow almost 2 to 3 hours for the creases or creasing to relax before continuing to join the glue. Using a sharp Dolphin or Stanley knife or scissor, cut the grass into desired shapes. For more information visit our Website.